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Come join the Criminal Justice Honors Society (Alpha Phi Sigma) for our annual crime panel! This years theme is gangs. We will have professionals in the criminal justice field here in the Posey Auditorium to give us a look into gang violence and how they're fighting against this problem! You don't need to be apart of the Alpha Phi Sigma to join us, we welcome everyone to come! We will have refreshments as well!

Event Date: October 146:00 p.m.  Location: Stratton Posey Auditorium  Cost: Free

Sponsor: Criminal Justice Honor Society
Contact Information: Erin Haeflinger

Psychology Students-The Center for Applied Psychology (CApP) is hosting a series of professional development workshops to help you prepare for your career. Join us on Thursday at 1:30 PM on Blackboard Collaborate to participate. This week's topic is Locating Job Opportunities and Assessing Job Fit. You can join the session using the CApP PD website or by clicking this link:

Event Date: October 141:30 PM  Location: Blackboard Collaborate   Cost: Free

Sponsor: CApP

Join EKU'S Green Crew in our first trash pickup of the semester! We will meet at the Daniel Boone statue in front of Keene Johnson, and then divide into small groups to pick up any litter on main areas on campus. Bags and gloves will be provided. Please email if you have any questions. Follow our instagram @greencreweku for updates. Help us keep our campus clean and promote sustainability! Opportunity for one service hour!

Event Date: October 144:00pm   Location: meet at Daniel Boone Statue  Cost: Free

Sponsor: Shannon McCarthy
Contact Information: Kaitlin Belt, (502)592-2329
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Would you like to teach English abroad or do graduate school/ research in another country? If so, a Fulbright grant might be for you! If you would like to learn more, click the link below to register for the 11/18 session. Once you register, you will get the Zoom information. You will learn about the Fulbright program, and then meet with the campus Fulbright Advisor for questions and to get started!
IEW Group Presentation Session
11/18/2021 6pm

Event Date: November 186 pm  Location: Zoom  Cost: FREE

Sponsor: Office of Nationally Competitive Awards/ Fulbright Commission

The Kentucky Center for Veterans Studies (KCVS) regularly invites individuals with unique perspectives on veterans’ issues to speak to classes and the larger campus community. Join us for a talk with Moe Armstrong, a decorated Vietnam War veteran of the US Marine Corps. Mr. Armstrong uses his inspirational story of recovery to help others struggling with mental illness. He has set up peer support networks across the country, including the “Vet to Vet,” a program that uses education, peer mentoring, and writing to help those on the path to recovery. Come hear Moe’s story. He's also a musician and might just break out his guitar. All are welcome! Register where it says “More” below. The Zoom Link and Passcode will be on the confirmation page once you click submit.

Event Date: October 186 PM  Location: Zoom

Sponsor: Kentucky Center for Veterans Studies
Contact Information: Dr. Travis Martin, 859.622.3459
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Are you interested in taking classes, completing an internship or traveling abroad next summer? Join us in Keith 129 or on Zoom October 14 at 3:00 pm to find out more about your opportunities to study abroad during the summer. Join us through this Zoom Link: : If you can't make it to the meeting but are interested, please email to set up an individual appointment.

Event Date: October 143:00pm  Location: Keith 129  Cost: FREE

Sponsor: Education Abroad Office
Contact Information: Katie Samuel, (859) 622-8794
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The Service to Service podcast helps you understand veterans, one story at a time. On this episode Samuel Lewis sits down with special guest and quintessential example of post-traumatic growth, BriGette McCoy. She discusses her military career and life after service as a survivor of Military Sexual Trauma (MST). As founder of the Women Veteran Social Justice Network, she is nationally recognized as an advocate for women veterans and veterans of color. She has testified in front of Congress, been featured on major news outlets, and is regularly invited as a speaker at institutions and events around the country. Join Sam and BriGette for a discussion of her life, career, and theories about veteran culture. Subscribe on iTunes: Listen on the EKU Website: Learn more about Veterans Studies:

Sponsor: Kentucky Center for Veterans Studies

Did you know that you can learn to Scuba Dive at Eastern Kentucky University? The Department of Recreation and Park Administration is offering a Discover Scuba event to introduce students who may be interested in scuba diving to some of the skills that are taught in REC-110 Confined Water Scuba Diving. After a brief pool side or classroom safety briefing, you and your dive buddies will be fitted for a mask, fins, and a Scuba unit before entering the water with an instructor who will guide you through a few of the basic skills before you start diving! No certification is required to participate in this Discover Scuba event. You must be a student 18 years of age or older to participate. You must also complete the SDI medical questionnaire, and liability release, provided upon arrival. Reach out to Scuba Instructor Ron Murray ( or Aurora with any questions!

Event Date: October 186-9 pm  Location: Alumni Coliseum Pool  Cost: FREE!

Sponsor: Dept. of Recreation and Park Administration
Contact Information: Aurora Joyce, 859-622-1833
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EKU's Special Collections and Archives presents Spilling the Tea- a fun and educational five- part series on exciting stories from our archives. Join us for the second event in the series, Scandal Between the Book Covers: Pope Pius II's Tale of Two Lovers.
Each event will take place in the John Grant Crabbe Main Library in Room 128. These events are free and open to the public.

Event Date: October 1412:30PM  Location: John Grant Crabbe Main Library Room 128  Cost: Free

Sponsor: EKU Special Collections & Archives

Enjoy the music of Sydney Adams! Free as part of the Eastern Experience!

Event Date: October 148:00pm  Location: Powell Plaza  Cost: Free

Sponsor: Student Life & E3
Contact Information: Cheyenne Mitchell, 8596225678
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EKU Latino Heritage Month 2021 - 10th Anniversary EKU's annual Latino Heritage Month festivities celebrate the Latino/Latina/Latinx cultures and communities on EKU Campus and beyond. Sit around a campfire, toast up some s'mores, and commune with your peers of Latinx identity by staring stories and experiences in a relaxing heart-to-heart conversation. Takes place on the McCreary Hall Lawn near Turner Gate starting at 6:30 pm until 10 pm. Sponsored by: Dept. Language & Cultural Studies, Anthropology, and Sociology; The Bobby Verdugo and Yoli Rios Bilingual Peer Mentor and Tutoring Center; The Latino Student Association; The Center for Inclusive Excellence & Global Engagement; The Division of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion; Student Life & First-Year Experience; The Chautauqua Lecture Series; EKU Libraries

Event Date: October 146:30 - 10:00 PM  Location: McCreary Hall Lawn near Turner Gate

Sponsor: Dept. Language & Cultural Studies, Anthropology, and Sociology

Join the EKU Counseling Center staff today for a workshop on Distress Tolerance. When life feels like you’re currently in the middle of an unfinished Jumanji game, your emotions can activate with a high degree of intensity. Changes in your daily routine and the people you’re around can lead to a mixture of emotions. These new experiences can be stressful. The tools provided in this workshop are aimed to provide you with skills to navigate these intense emotions and increase the positive experiences throughout your day.

Event Date: October 143:30PM  Location: Online  Cost: Free

Sponsor: Counseling Center

Integrate to Regulate is a group designed to promote healing for trauma survivors. This group incorporates specific, concrete skills combined with expressive arts to support the process of trauma integration. This is a weekly virtual group provided by the EKU Counseling Center and is hosted through a secure video platform. A group orientation is required to join this group. Please contact Andri Yennari at or (859)622-1303 if interested or for more information.

Event Date: October 142:30pm-4:00pm   Location: call the EKU Counseling Center at (859) 622-1303 for more information   Cost: Free

Sponsor: Counseling Center

Start from Now is a group to support those dealing with body image issues and/or disordered eating patterns through a blend of education and discussion. This is a weekly virtual group provided by the EKU Counseling Center and hosted through a secure video platform. A group orientation is required to join this group. Please contact Melissa Cozart at or (859)622-1303 if interested or for more information.

Event Date: October 149:30-11:00am   Location: call the EKU Counseling Center at (859) 622-1303 for more information   Cost: Free

Sponsor: Counseling Center

Join the staff of the EKU Counseling Center today for a Workshop on organization and planning. The organization and planning module of the Feel Better Fast series will be aimed to help establish a routine to help with managing your day. We will work to establish a daily schedule to help you plan and prioritize your day. Additionally, we will brainstorm ways to increase your motivation and make it easier to initiate tasks, while hopefully making your day more enjoyable.

Event Date: October 141PM  Location: Online  Cost: Free

Sponsor: Counseling Center